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REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM NEW ORLEANS. Nkw Oki.kaxs rid. Kkw Youk, Novemlicr 17. A rrt-oiinouia.iira ban brnn tnailn bv tlie pnnlmat 'J'pnnmsre, aliove lhi nioulli of Ihe mourancte. mwi ihw Im bin anil gnthpreil inm-h valuable uifui itmlion hi to the laith of wator, lc , end oliiuincd views of tho rebel work, mid force lit Sabine 1'asa, ttalvesum, Urazus river, and other point.. During the cruiae a small blockndo runner, with arms, ammunition, Ac , from Havana, ' waft captured, and another destroyed. Firing i heard orf .Sabinn I 'ana. a-ippo.ad to be in honor of the arrival of General Ms-gruder. FROM ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND. Chattanooca, November 17. This mor oinR the enemy brought a battery down to the river aido, aud shelled the camp of the 110th iiiinoui, who were punnliug; iho ford six mile above here, killing Rev. Mr. San dera. Chaplain ol the rojjimeiiL Wo forced a retreat after an hall hours' practice by the Second Minnesota ltattery. All quiet hwe. Situation,", uchaiigcd. PRISONERS EXCHANGED. Fortbkss Monroe, November 17. The flag of truce bout New York arrived thin mor ning with threo hundred and fifty-four Feder al prisoners from Richmond. The Richmond Jintjuirer, of tho Kith, con tain the following : Charleston, Noecmber 14. Tho enemy' fire on Humter continue!) Hteudily. tindery Creep opened fire this forenoon on Juinm island and Fort Moultrie, l.nnmr and liat tory Simpkinn replied. Charleston, A',ivtmbrr l.". The 'firing in about the lime to-dny. Fiom Thiirnday mor ning until Siiturdayjiit mindown, I ,."2U mortar sheila and rilio shots were fired nt Sumter. The enemy a tiru has ceaned to be of any in jury to the fort. There has been no l;ring to day on James' or Sullivan'a Island. Our bum-run continue to keep up a slow tiro on (iregg and the mortar battery. CONFISCATION AND DISQUALIFICATION. W'ABHtNfiToN, November i7. In tho United States District Court, for the Eastern District of Virginia, aitting at Alexandria, Judge Un derwood this morning delivered an opinion in the case of the United States . Ilugh J.a thBtn, under tho confiscation act, in which hu confiscates tho real estate of thedefenduut, in fee simple. This decision gives oh entirely different construction of the luw, as rendered by other court. Among the treaties to come before the Sen ate for ratification U one tnude last summer by the Commissioner ot Indian Affairs, with the Chiefs of the Creeks, by which those, who joined the rebels are permitted to return to their allegiance, but are to be disqualified from holding otlicea of honors, emolument, or trust among the Indians ; nnd the treaty en gages to uIhiIisIi slavery, as the Cherokees have done already, and to coloni.e frcedjiien on land belonging to the Creeks. FROM THE FRONT. Washington, Nov. 17. On Sunday morn" ing the cavalry division of General Killanl" rick, under command of General Rustee, made a reconnoissance along the Kupidivn to Raccoon Ford to ascertain the truth or futility of tho report that the rebels were fulling back on Gordonsville. When our cavairr ap proached they were met by a few guns from the rebel entrenchments, but our guns ioon silenced them. A small number ot rebel sharpshooters were seen in tho lower rille pits, and soon afterward a small body was dis covered. The river wus too much swollun by the storm of Saturday night to justify cross ing; and so the cavtlry returned. The report on Thursduy that a reliel force had crossed the Rappahannock and attacked Kilpatrick'n lorce is untrue. Several English otlicera are visiting nt General Meade's headquarters. Information through relluble channels from Washington is to the elleet that two of the divisions of General Hill's corps liave left the Rapidan and gone southward, but whether to Tenneasee or Fredericksburg, or to demon strate on the left tlank of the Army of the Potoninc, doea not appear. LARGE FIRE. New York, Nov. 17. About half-past ten o'clock last evening, a lire broke out in the drying room oi tho Fifth Avenue Hotel, nnd before it could lie extinguished duinaged the building about $10,000 worth. A Fort Monroe letter to the Commercial hays: "Lately heavy reinforcements have ar rived here, and General Foster was about making a grand move, when on the eve of starting, it was nipped in thu bud by an order from the War Department counteruiuudiug the move." FROM CALIFORNIA. San Fhakuisto, November 17. The stormy weather ceased last Bight. It is now pleasaut. The cargo of the Atiuila can be saved, and hopes are entertained of raising the ship in a condition to be repaired, though greatly dum eged. ,The loss by the late fire in Nevada is $.V0, 0, of which only $jl),000 was insured. T he it is being rapidly rebuilt DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA. Vn niNGToii, N. C , November 15. A largo U ise, next to the Custom tHouse, waa iii 'l by fire last night. The loss, which . . consisted of cotton, clothing, uud tl 1 cargo of the steamship Advance, to the State of North Carolina. LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. [...] EXPECTED THE PRESENT WEEK. , 17. special to : e Hejiubliean of thin eve i .te.I (I at Genera Meade aud u Lut'le the end ff the prevent ir.!;n sion ia confirmed gmna v uirectly from the front to nf (lenoral Meade not ' euly i ji.i'un, but he ii to cross it preai lain battle if ioiible. The army ia in excel lent spirits especially the cavalry. 1 be prom p- niuQo ot mo unverument in paying Uia sol diers Una a moat aolutarr influence. A late Richmond paper has the following aiaprm.li ' MoniLK, November 12. To General S. Cooper : Ihe following dispatch from Ten nessee, waa received yesterday, dated 10th instant, from Colonel Maury, commanding the l.ntri lavairy regiment: ''We dashed in yesterday '.hove Riitoii Sarlk, on a plundering party ot Yaukeea, three Hundred strong, and drove them to their iron clads with great slaughter. We brought oil tneir wagon trains and two hundred prison ers trom under the broadsides ;of their gun boat. Only three were wounded, of ours. "D. H. MAURY." Major General Commanding. FROM CHARLESTOM. Nr.w York, November 1H A Folly Island letter ot I lie I nn to tne rnonnc says mutteis remain pretty much in the same atage as they were at lait advices. The bombardment of Sumter still continues at intervals, our batter ies being orcuyied principally in returning the tire of Moultrie and the works on Sulli van'a Island. MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE. RosToN, Nov. 17. The Legislature has passed the bounty bill, and will adjourn to morrow morning. There is a heavy penalty on fraudulent attempts to obtain the bounty. 1 he enlistment bill ol last year was amended ao as to put a check nn auliatiltite brokerage. FROM MISSOURI. St. Loimh, November lrt The telegraph has beuti extended to Fort Smith. General Neil icnied orders that all who molested the telegraph shall he regarded as bushwhackers, and for every cutting of the wire a guerrilla prisoner shall be hanged. tlur lorees occupy Waldron, about thirty miles south of Fort Smith. Our scouting parties enptured a rebel major, two captains, quite a number of prisoners, and a portion of Cooper's train, hideu with commissary stores nnd ammunition. At last accounts Cooper was lleeing rapidly toward tied Itiver. FROM CHARLESTON ADN THE SOUTH. Nkw Yokk, Nov. 1H. The Heralds Fol ly Island letter, 1-tth, aaya the enemy oiiened severe tire trom thu mortars on Sullivan a Island. Some of the guns of Fort Gregg have been turned on them. The Rebel shells did no damage. Colonel W. B. Burton 18th New York, has beea appointed commander of the forces at Hilton Head, Fort Pulaski and libbee Is land. The Times dispatch from the army of the Potomac, 111 th, aaya it is believed the enemy bus now only a strong picket line on the Ka- pidau, and that Lee'a army hua fallen hack to some other position Heavy rains have made the roads and fords almost impassible. General ltutler has gono to North Carolina to inaugurate the policy ho commenced ut t or I reus Monroe. Rehire leaving he began work on the plan for enlisting and organizing the blacks in the irirmia portion ot his department, Vve hear from fonress .Monroe that prob ably all rebel prisoaers now in our hands will he sent to Butler's jurisdiction for sale keep ing. 'The Richmond Dispatch says advices from Northern Virginia snow that Meade is ad vancing with tho view to bring on n getieral engagement, which probably, won't be declin ed when the proper time arrives. Meade's whole army ia known to be south of the Rappahannock. His advance yesterday was several miles south of the Court House mov ing in the direction of the several fords of the Rapmau. Dayton Market. DAYTON, November 18. IIARSHMAN'S FLOUR Red wheat, wholesale 00, retail S 25. lJ( WHEAT 1 10(,i4l 12. CORN t'io(if 70. OATS iiOGrtCI). RYE 1 Oacfil 10 RARLEY $1 40. HAY Timothy 20 00 per ton. COFFEE 32(:s:i. SUGAR 12J(ii)14. WHISKY ii. CHKESE. 14. New York Market. Nkw York, November 18 Flour active for common grade 5nul0e higher 5 2"i(n' ti 35 for extra State; 7 40(i)7 50 for R. H.'Ohio. Wheat receipts 52,073, more active aud 2(T. 3c. better at 1 381 43 for Winter Red Western. Corn receipts 20.370, 404fto. Hurley a shade firmer $1 3f(7U 50. Outa lira at rilfai87. Western pork firmer, Lard dull and heavy at lljfj)12. Whisky Nkw Youk, November 18. Government stocks irregular dull and opened higher Money very active at seven per cent. Sterliug very active at 5. Gold 50. New York Central 1 35g. Erie 10-lj Reading 113j. Coupona 63L Ualted Slates G's 81. One year certificates 101 New York Market. Legal. MinmisburgYineyard Property FUR MALE BV UKDKK OK COUUT. AN PattinUv. lVv-mber A.I). IfttlS. at two oVIoak J pin, ON 'J UK PKK M fhtiS, wiH be Sold Ut Hit mifni'Ht hirufr the following rettl eslat at the property of Arnold Oiunrjf r, durf Nt-J, tu-wit: Hitimtn in tlie county of Monlomery ami oUittt of Ohio, einx iu the Dorllii-rtMl part ot IVrViMlOniil sJWCtlOU No. ID, luw It ' rKtiK t'HMt, Ac., U'irfiuuiiiK L a Utu in (! CtTitiiiu tort n rc-Jid at the DuntteunL t-ornur of John M. Hci tf hoi fit UuU id ttaui Meclioti; themie u14 w 9.4 plfn hioiix nit axt ttmn ut a iweniy 1001 roa.i 10 iiim norm ohm cornr of John lilly'H lot; ihrnu a 4i'4 w t-'i.i poltut loa (Uut; t'ieute a 774 w 16 '2 po'tjn tu u RUk in tlit (ifriuunlowu roaUi itiituuf huI 46 iKthMalon iumu roati u intj inu' ui imjkh'iiiim voninjin lour art'taui iilly two (Micliaa. Haiti properly hiui ou it a Khmi iwo Miory irautt uutiat, a ttouu oUtiiitt, about licivH ol YineyHrtl, aud l a wtK'lo.Htti wilh gtHiti, new itMiiMDi;. it will maau a nu homo tor a laiuily. Had property lm imtu Mppnustutl, iio ol tioattr, ui ll.itut, uutl ftuiuot (or I than two lhiplri thwrt'of, Tttrniaw-oistj Uiml canh ut ruuid ou Jay of hhI, oua thinl in ohb yar ami out tlitrU ut two tarit frou) Uny of aaltii clf(rrrtl puyinenlit to hour tn(ratauU to b .tu'jiiratl by mortao on t'i prtoninoa. KUKI'KHIUK UUINNHU, AUtniQiHirator of A moid Uuiouox, awa-t J Auam Clav, Attorney. noHwi ATTACUMKNT NOX1CK. , orgn W. Moyr, AnmiuiKirator in honitt mam, ttf i nriHiiau nonrar, aaiuat AuumwJ, (jorge. Itolora John K. K.rn, Jntti w of th Fac ol Ur uau i itwuiiii, uoniKoiiiHry tmuuiy, un o. 0 N th Mill day ol H'tnlr, A Ii. 1 J, ftaal Jiinti,- tatmievj au orUsjr f Atiai hinulit in tho atot o laiou-itir in aiini 01 aixiy-iuiiti auil thirty ouo-huiiij-rtti)it :iu iim dollarn, Philip J. diinth ltiiK uiadAvai iuhImw. itaan t for ht-aringou Ut iHtliOay ut lt"-uUr, a( uine o'tUock a iu. 'I uu7tti olvuHUlv W. UO.htt, AJaimlntxator. New York Market. Legal. Printing. HJ MP IRE STDAM PRINTIiIJ IIlI art prepared to aiitout Jlord(rt ftr Book and Job Printing, With dmpfltch nnd tn Iho nl rtlyle ol tha art. Far He nlar atUmtiou paid lo lilank and Railroad rrlntiiiif, llll.t, HKAIW, LKTrKK 1IKAU1NOH, KAlIBTgltS tlF.Kn.S.i OlltUtlLAlU Ik., I BEOKIfW, 7 Sltow 'urU uud Itllls) la Colors BBOW BIM,B, HAND WI.LS, POHTKR3, tKO. UKAMMKH, INVITATIONS AND LABEI.H. I300K WOEK ' Of every .nuc-ejitlo IIavids Oliaorth most eomplet Prinlinir Eath Itshnients iu Southern Ohio, oliruuiilitlas for doing all Iliads of Work, Boot, riniu.v Oiaameuifcl.ara Ira class. Wa hava oa ot t!ie (aataatPrasMa, aud have all lha modern atylea of Type, and we employ the beat workman. We have three Power Prasaaa oonnacted with on Job Department, and ara prepared to execute work with nsatoaea and diapaaoh. "Orderii from abroad will rwieiva prompt altea Uoa. Addraaa IMPIltl I'OMPAMTa Daytoa Ohio. Dry Goods. Fresli .Goods KSO II E A. EL A NO'S , :74; AND 7G WKHT FOURTH STRBHTTI CINCINNATI, OHIO. JUST REOBIVHD: FRESH SUPPLIES Hich'MoireAntiques, Brocade Silks, Printed Delaine Robes,1 Tarlatan Robes, Embroidered Tarlatans, Robe de Chambres, Clan Plaid Poplins,! Scarlet Opera Flannels, Aznrline Merinos, Scarlet Merinos, Buff Merinos, Scarlet Wool Delaines,1 Fancy Flannels, Balmoral Skirts, Opera Cloaks, , Opera Shawls,, Striped Paisley Shawls, Children's Plaid Shawls, Scarlet Cloth Cloaks, Blue Cloth Cloaks, Gold Bordered Piano Covers, Shaker Blankets, Cradle Blankets, " Merino Underwear, ShetlandWoolUnderwear Merino Hosiery, Balmoral Hose. . OPI'OSITK THE OPERA HOUSE. C. W . DELAND, It aud ia Weil Pom-Ik alraat, oa'cutm OppoaitPika'a Opara alouaa. Medical. LET, THE AFFLICTED READ! And teara that a prtWt ami ra-llca! enr t warrantatj an4 fnarantMMl U all ltuar atH(tfi with wKkuci, aWblhiy, orvotta (wiinftUlnU, nittnichuly tlitiiiuhu, 4e ftraMlon of ciilrlta, (ilalreM ftfxl arttfiilih of ftjind, ItMM ttf Umnf utmrv, loa of iiriv anil mHarnlitr jwiwur, pnnv ftrwtfa, wanting , a1 a want if ootilnlaura In tumMWa, tVlntli.H flit convolalra tmllliiKi, impo taaca mma ULt(tiat or tlie. BEAR WUAT TBS MEDICAL FKESS SATS. Itnma phfiteKim ixjnlr to ! toW th nntnra of your 4imm Hw KNUMHIl UoTANK) PHYkKJIAM i!om Dot. Hi portWt knowlriltrotf Him hnmnn (tvntom naliltj blai todMHbthdtiwiBM without an j Inronimilon from tb patiaut, tilam ItaoiitclnalfiaiiNi, and tnrtwi antMi lU eura. Anl, what ! mora vahmlil) utill, h will hop. aatly and franalr tH whthr tuii can ha cured or not, Ttali will tMtMrr font tnltil,an(t aa you ax pen, (lute. troahla, ami dlapxiintncnt, it win tm tha dicnim or aarlna vott irtatiT a itollnr: It will aava voiir hMltli, and, what U 1-atwr thna all. It will tare your life from iMinr hortmioo uv wrunc irw4imni. Hla iaaihilluni am mado wllliout any In form at on from tht tatliii ; thTIorr tin thonu.rhly nnlf ntntxla tbalr l'Ujilc! onuitllloii Mini PlirftnuloKlntl dttittiiifitt wlthont wnirti Ha nrr ootna nam (HirtormMl o many arttonlHhlrijt onnt, it nnniii u rninniirHi mi tii Bolaiilo PhytlctKf) tMtrf'irrua ritrm tlioiurht tnMrinlt-le. If yon havn trlod otliu. stand t non-llnf, If you wUli ta njoyrood bmlth and lonr Mfr. If you ara wftw, yott aid o and aoBinll oil. ha i it a r. u, u.a liotanio riiTnirtna All fad eomm ira loat lone and Interview ra trlcllj Dnvata aua oDiinnuQttiu. jumiou journal. WvXth 2. Firnt col. FACTS ARE STUBBORN TUIItfOS! Uoar what tha fhlladolpbla oorrtioolent auya Iu the WTuuiuuniwitu, ituiiiiKLuw, ieuiwurv, via VI April, ltWl Ad Kn (tilth aTntt)mnQ, formerly conned tod with tha arntlaB Anur, od who tyia bintswir titt KnallHh llo task) Fhyalcian,' hiu of lata Rained an xteimjra repnta noo aar uy aim aaui lucnruta; an id 'inner or com pin lota. Soeaaof fata patlnt I have ootivarawl with, aud tliny prunonnca hli rvmadlM aod iucxl of treatnifut aa Ttry moo Ho r. Home hava oaa rwtorvd aa If ly mimio. Tha Udlcioa fa OMd la diatUlrd ly IiIiumI from variuua ai tx pnwawtng ram curative proper tit. "Whlla aotliia; In tho army ho davorml bin loUnrn Dnmnta to a thorough (tin It uf the cfTiTtn pndnrd by aartato mdtrlual ruuta aud harha ou all manovr of ditv aaaaa. It aeanii hm han tound a mira and nuwty remedy Itr all tha 'ULa that flaah ia liwlr to.' Ui iifctloa la airaady eitaoiiva, aud U dally liieroftninR. In the com plaint to which frnmlr ara aaMJitnlad ha ha no tual, aa a Large nnmbar hara hava tratillml Unit tin y owe ut nly th t-lr prrant g(Kd hnaltli, hut tltuir IWim, to tha kill oi thia JtuglUh llotonloPhyaleiaa." Ui odlco Uat No. 69 EAST FIFTU STREET, CINCINNATI. MORS GOOD NEWS! FROM HIGH AND RELIABLE AU THORITY. Tha Botanic KamodlM of Doctor Kapha), tha Kns;lth Botanlo riiynlclau, uvar failed yt to tuaka a pttifact, raxUkaii and pariuaoent oura of ALL , PRIVATE, SECRET, AND VENEREAL DISEASES, Without tha ttf of Mercury, without hindrance from tmalnnaa, and without fear of discovery or exjaMiire. Ho deadly potaona, och a anwnlo, mix vomica, opium, or any other potaomi. Koniercnry nor any deadly mineral nothing bnt porely Vegetable liotADical mslla ara nand by thlawoiiderfol Botanic Phynirlsio. Ill BoUnlo befawdlM Dver yet failed to our tho moat oUtineta and the moat dangeron caaee, and to remove all murcury and other linpurltle from tlta ayatem whan all other iWmadta bad taJled.JdW Jownal. GOOD NEWS FOR SINGLE MEN CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE. Hear what tha Baltimore oorrpondont of tha OiM ftdlow, ltoounboro alary land, aald on Xh until ay, the 3lt of May, IboU: 11 Numerora cure of dlaaaaea eaued by early Imltaore tion naTiuft been performed by the knglf th Botanio Jby Injatu, I feel It my duty, haTltirakDowltdiof them, to tut the (act, bolieriDtt thatlndoliif(fM I uinydoa aerrica to the aulleriitg, Una eaaa In partloo la r that of a youug man In thl city 4 worthy of note. He had become the victim of a bahlt, tna mare alluaion W which eanaea a aburider, BaJWyearaofautrerinKanddootorlniifraTeup all bopea of reoovary. li wlahnd to marry, and wa dearly beloved by aa sweet a girl a ever liiped word of aflectloQ. but be waa fearful, nervona, and oroatrated. He dared not wed on account of tb ahattered atata of hla avatem, lie aouir ht relief at the hand of tho Im. tanlo lfryailclan, and, sutonbihlng ealtmayeeem, all Uia Moorn and viKur or youtti baa retaruad, aud u u now th happy fatbar of a pair of bright boy." GLORIOUS NEWS FOR THE LADIES. A PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHIL DREN. ir. nr a hat tha Cincinnati Weakly Preaaaayi on Lha 6th ot March, le&l: We are decidedly opposed to drags and to adrertUed riamHli4 for tho praveution of barlug ohlldran. bnt wa ) It our dnty to acknowledge benefit from any and from every aonma wlia tt la for the relief of nflting hauiMOilty. A faot baa eonta to oar knowledge that uUfe'ht lo be promalfttd and widely oirealatad for tha beuettt of tbuaa ladtea whoae delicate health make It ttocuaeary lo prvvaut any lucraaaa of (anUy. A boat twelve mouth after uiarrlaga, a lady of oar ac qualntanoa gave birth tm a daughter, but bar eulbjringa ware ao great that her phyalclaua despaired of bar recov ery. Tnis made her dread the very thought of again be coming a mother, nha tried evry thing to prevent a rapetitlonofherinfferluga, but without anooeeding. fwo years after marriage lha waaagiiu confined, butherauf. Wing were so great that tuecliild died, and her own Life waa dvepalred or. riue wa told by bar nuully nhysician that If aha had any mora children he feared be. life would aa tha forfeit. Aa all the remedlaa aha had tried before bad failed, sua applied to Uia Botanlo Physician, Dr. HAPUAJCL, No. 159 EAST FIFTH STREET. CINCINNATI, roii his - PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN. HI remediM had th dualred effect i they Dot only pre Veu ted bar from havbig ohlldran, bottbey alwolmpruved fcar health. To rmm rot, aii thino au run." The Botaalo rhykioiau's reuiediue can be reoom ended, becauee (hey ara Innooaut aud eat. Tliey operate without caunlug sickiiee or axpoaura. They do not Interfere with the diet or oocopation. Tlwy do ot lulore tha boalth, I" it they aia certain lo their alleot. J. PANIWT, M. 0. U. M KKiOa, U.D. Any who are at i fWr ing, no matter what tbotr aomplalnt. ean call ou tha Uoiauto rUynician cofuttdeuually. They auay rely opou rollef. UI olbo 1 at NO. C9 EAST FIFTH STREET, Between Hvmtuore Street and Broa4way( CINCINNATI. Consultation dullr, Hum lay exmpted. Offloe faonn from to A. Itl. lo ft clatck I" H. er Pereon at a diataoo may eotnmnnicat ooart DKMTtALLi by Utter. If they Inuloae OUtt DOLL A K. for tV'tmtiluHon Fee, In at.b letter. All letkva, oiutiitHn. oattooa, and tntervlawe, ara atriotly private and ootid dentlal. No auawar will be glveu to lattara boleaa uue dollar la Inclosed a a Otmaoltatlun Vea. Addraaa all tettata a (ullowa, DR. RAPHAEL, BOX No, 0463, POST OFFICE, CINCINNATI, OHIO. CAUTION TO THI PUBLIC. Dr. W. Kaphael ha uo connection with PltOFFiSHOR t Ir. W. M. Bapbael, or with any other eeutluiuau of tha aaiue name. e7" Cot thl adverttaemeut oat. Wha yon eama, bfiac H with yon and show It ta th (lrt wlw opana tna doer. To prevent m ieiaa.ee, aam Kg TUB DOCTOR UQ1SELT. Wldta aia sol. A In Transportation. Sandusky and Buffalo. Erie Railway Steamboat Co. ILL run MffiilfMl durinif the ttn.oi of navlualloD betwefnw.. tha aliove limned tk.rt.1uw the following llret-claae aoraw ateamara: OWIUO Captain H. Bryant, KIRI'HMDUTU t:,.liQj.W.fr..era, CUBHMAM. . -.Capuua J. M. L.wi.. Oonuectinu with th. Una lUllwajr at Burklo lor all pomu iu lha KrUlt. Tiieatteulion of ahippara ia Invited to tha aunerior fauilltlea odered bv tin. llnu. ITm lr.iuhlArtuM.j. apply to HKTIf CALllVVKIJ., Axeulal BulkU. w. uituuHn, Ageut at Uaudwiky. It full J. M. (1HBIIBN, ' S Oan'l Freight Ag't, 8. P. u. H. M. iJajrioa.- City Notices. K0T1CIC TO ALL WHOM JT MiY tO.0.R3f NOTIOB I. hrhjrrlnlhattherarancwrMi his befora lha Oily Council of IhatKrof iiavtoD, llil! lollowiDKUrdiD.nTa, to-wll: Taji'ia tha all) limning aouth from lirat airra Mtween lota Ala ana1 6ly. Io ntirauanc. to lha law aald OrJInancf a wrra ivira lad. laid on tha table, and lha Clark ii alruoti-d touna four aaV nolle, of the pendaot y of the aam. Tha lw requite alt olaima for damaaea that Dim, aciirue froinaaWfmproTeinentato lw filed In wr linn with the Cllf l 1 (rk, eettiug forlh the ainounl or dam ai:ae claimed, auhin two week, altar Hie eipinttion Ol the time refU aed for the publication of wh liotie, when tha aama will he tnken up for hral w-lmn e.vvdaw AWTHMNY BTKI'HKM). I'll, I'lrrlt Clothing. Fall and Winter Clothing , AND cuoTiiiaro goods. IiaCVKH WKOKKSwKM, CLOTHIEKS ASD TAILORS, NO. 30, THIRD S'PPfWT, THK UK0KE;I HRNRY HIEVRR, hTln ..wi.tcd with him ,. the Tailoring llnaino.a Mr. I'K'I'KH WFi'k k-i-hKK.Ior about 8ftc YKA H8 t'US llM-V(lkt OiI't" T ,'IU MK8MIU. HHKK A Llilll.KU, ia Low SteTuR!""1 "mQ ,ver 10 ""e ap'eni;dhkUJr reC"",J frm N,W Y0'k '" FALL A.VD WINTKK CLOTHINO C00U8, ?nicLh. ,'y h, '""'"Pl a.rt.u;ut,oonip,".: ing Clothe. CaaKiiuarea and V eatinxa. ' Their .took of EEADY-MADE CLOTHING Cannot he eii-elled anywhere, and they Invite an i amtnalion, ,ied they can tleaae the puU . 1 hey have acomplne aupply ol """ heuts' Furnishing; Goods, Which Will he rnur. 1 t. ... . ouatomcra. . ta.taa of their SO-STS' CLOTHING. ftwtai nam at Ml U al .... lernuo. l--u. aua unru atTDOt, nar Jef- uivunw Later and Better News. FINKE & LKOLKK Ar. now reoaiyiug their aecond nurcha.. or FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Comprlalng alt tha new atylsa of SILK AND MARSEILLES VESTISCS, FAJfCI AND PLAIN I'ASSIXKBES, BLACK AND COLORED nilTUR And a good assortment of rnrni,hlng Oooda We -tkP th. BALLOU FRKNCU ySKJBMUKT! LARGEST STOCK READY-MADE CLOTHING uiTe UB m 0M, anrt ry UB nl0 l.Klll.KK, Ho. 307 Second at. P. TMOBfAH. MERCHANT TAILOR. SOUTHEAST CORNER FOURTH AND WALNUT H,o" ur BiAiKU, Cincinnati, Ohio. HAS Jnat received a line etork of Clothe, Omul msarsisi Mufianitu A.. . .1 i . . . dra tu hia Hue at tlm Joweat ratea. Mlftdttm CLOTHING EMPORIUM " uummi& wm m am m. h . NO. 301 THIBD STREET, DAYTON, OHIO, 18 prepared to acoommodata hia otiatomera wilh .. eiVfn'.r.t ,le of. irllMien"a wearing apparel nt the late.t .lyla and Vat quality. Thoa. tio w.nt ,,fc Hunll(J. lnuee v.110 WNiit coata. uunu.. vn.i.. .hi.t. , ... .. . ' . " . -t ..V.IBI., iiiinuKerriitelH, glovee, boot., ahow, alippera, Ac, will do well to give him a call. . ... THE ENEMY SUBKEHDEBED ! GUEAT BLAIIOHTEK! FALL AXD WINTER GOODS. KOTT KROPP No. 302. THIRD 8TRKET. DAYTON. OH III. HAVE raade a formidable attat'koa High Prioea. and out them off euliroly. lifllwith.l.nri.... .1 -J . . . . ........w..,: uvpre.keo conauion or Ih. country, they are receiving the largest .lock of CLOTHS, CASSIMKRE3, VKSTINOS, UKNTS FURNISHING (intinH. Of tha latent Stylea, and Pattern., . . FANCY AND PLAIN SHIRTS, COLLARS, I; KA WICKS, NECK-T1EH. Ao.. Sver balor. offered to tba public. Their atook of READY M1DS ri.tiTiii Ia new and la.hlon.ble, and are offered unu.iially low H OK UA8H. rk..Mhii.u.t.i.jtn i, j .... -m ,u,,u mi 1,11 uu eaamine, aa they have extra nice good., and otter big inducement HOlT Kkul-F, "" o. oua. Third street. Clothing. Trunks, &c. KEW TUUKK. VAKIIF1CT0RY. a. 11. i we, MO. S73 THIRD 0TKEKT, IiAVTON. OHIO, ONK WK would moot respftclftilly intorin the cm ten a Of Dm V ton mtH thm mthlin n UHn.i.l .. kdf p cn httDd all kinda ot Trucks, Vulirsjtt, CHrii and Travel. tig Bnua, all of wlncti we will Hull ui whuiv aalt) or rot ail aa chttap as atiy tiou id tli my. rantiuuiaraLianiioa paiu 10 repainug old Truuka. ahar of pationaj, aolit;it'. ti.h. Wa alaO have twoavrau of aaad lanit in Miami Otty whifh we will eH oheap. t-eMu Linimentum. W0KTUV Of the NISKTKKMTU IKXTIUV. Da. K. CVHWAT'I LINIMENTUM or uia apaady aud arJectual our a ol IN preaentmx tha "UDimeDtum" to Uia puhlio hm out ol tha beat and moat uurativa meuiciUfH o t the day, idouot wish to tf uudnratood aa clmiiiii., forittlia powerof periumtiUK untiuurd of curua, tmt au euum inai lor an ma pupoae ot a KAull.V lNlMKNT. it haauo wuav1. Tha "I.iuii t'i baa Never been Known to FalK any eaaa of BheumatiMm.no matter af how lonn Uudiosi. where (a dirttc'Uooa wei-e itareiuliv tnkw. nor, mdead, in the tittae ot any Uiaaaaa lor wluuh ia rtKJoiniuMUded. lueaiteaof nauralflia, pami in the back, aide, and haattisiauipa iu Uia atuiiiMiih, apraina, apinaj irriia iou and waakuaaa. uhrauiuaorea. Luru. aMl.iii. ir. feat and twada, Voothacha, headache, dc.,i. ata auhai iu. Tha tLiuimentumM la tha result of man v vmi-b perriaveriua: expenuient, and ponibiueaauiuiiAriu mm axuaUauuiea Uia pa.aiuouucvirtuaa of AN EXTHAOKDINARY PJ2NETUATIVE Which no other Liniment poaneeaea, and whirh (a tha aeoret of the unparalleled auoueea which Uleeu tha "Lininieuliim" wherevartt ia uvad. TRV IT ONCE, AND YOU WILL NSVEB UK WITHOUT IT. ia put up la ascent, m cent, and 11 bottlea, wilh direcliuue lor umi, aud utaniifuniured only by Dr. It t UMWAY, Hnipnet,.!. No. S3l Third St., Uayluu, Uluo -wor .ale by maraliauta aud Uruggiauj avetywliera. auiadAwly '